very urgent school question

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kortsluiting

Joined Sep 1, 2010
6
Hey,

I got a question:

I need to make a boolean system,
and as I am new to boolean, and as I havent got any theory on how to do this, I really want to learn how.

The question is :

Make a system, where you have 3 input signals(on/off buttons), and 8 output signals (lamps)
Make sure, that you can control al 8 lights with the 3 imput signals (on.off switches)

So I really have no idea on how to do this.

It is even worse, they never taught me how to make truth-tables, or how to make a system out of a truth table.

I'm Desperate, as I need to have this system at monday.

If anyone requires more information, to help it solve, please ask.

Thanks.

Edit: BTW, I can use :" And,nand,or,nor,xor and xnor
 

Markd77

Joined Sep 7, 2009
2,806
You are looking for a 3-8 line decoder/demultiplexer. Have a look at the datasheet for the 74LS138 chip and you might find some help there.
 

t_n_k

Joined Mar 6, 2009
5,447
Google 3 bit to 8 line decoder or 3-to-8 decoder and you will have the gist of the problem. There are integrated circuits that will do this for you - or at least provide the heart of the necessary logic.
 

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kortsluiting

Joined Sep 1, 2010
6
Per and,nand,or,nor,xor,xnor port, I only have 2 input and 1 output option, for wiring, as you can see in the imageshack link i posted(scroll up)

for example: 2 wires go to an Xor port. and only 1 can come out.

But in the schedule you linked me, I have to add 3 inputs, instead of 2, so I guess that schedule is undoable for me, thanks though.
 

AMIT_GOHEL

Joined Jul 13, 2010
67
Per and,nand,or,nor,xor,xnor port, I only have 2 input and 1 output option, for wiring, as you can see in the imageshack link i posted(scroll up)

for example: 2 wires go to an Xor port. and only 1 can come out.

But in the schedule you linked me, I have to add 3 inputs, instead of 2, so I guess that schedule is undoable for me, thanks though.
Hello kortsluiting,
welcome to forum...

circuit i've atteched may be your reqired once..

regards...
 

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kortsluiting

Joined Sep 1, 2010
6
Yeah thats what i was thinking about aswell, but as you see, 3 wires go into the AND, and with labview you can only get 2 wires inside.

When i try to put 3 inside them, i get the following error:

A wire can be connected to only one data source, such as a control's terminal or a function output. This wire is connected to more than one source. If one source is a control, you may wish to change it to an indicator. Otherwise, you must disconnect all but one of the sources.
 

Georacer

Joined Nov 25, 2009
5,181
If Labview doesn't support 3-input AND gates, you can bypass this constraint by creating a 3-input AND with 2 2-input AND gates. Simply AND the two first inputs and AND the third with the result.
 

t06afre

Joined May 11, 2009
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In Labview you can make 44 input and if you want to do so. But you have to use a function named "Compound Arithmetic" this can be scaled as you want, both in function and width
 

AMIT_GOHEL

Joined Jul 13, 2010
67
Yeah thats what i was thinking about aswell, but as you see, 3 wires go into the AND, and with labview you can only get 2 wires inside.

When i try to put 3 inside them, i get the following error:

A wire can be connected to only one data source, such as a control's terminal or a function output. This wire is connected to more than one source. If one source is a control, you may wish to change it to an indicator. Otherwise, you must disconnect all but one of the sources.
You can use 2 2-input and gate to solve your problem,first AND any two input and then AND the o/p of first AND and rest of input.

I've conclude a genral rule..
to AND,OR,XOR n-input with 2-input device you need n-1 gate...

Regards...
AMIT GOHEL
 
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